USCCB to Vatican: Be transparent.
Everything old is new again
“it has not taken serious steps to end its own complicity in trafficking, including forced laborers from North Korea.”
“the initial letter submitted by the State Department was too soft…”
“Because I know people who didn’t start in 2009.”
Too Big Bird to fail?
A Tenth Amendment case? When’s the last time you saw that work?
“Mad Dog’s personnel choices are his and not what we are told are in his opinion political hacks from the Trump team…”
Security “equivalent of defcon 5”?
“This was Donald Trump’s thin skin and nothing else.”
We should care more about the backlog of openings at State.
“…on Wednesday afternoon, Kennedy and three of his top officials resigned unexpectedly”
Forget the new broom… it’s an ax
Out of juice.
What took this long?
You know what would have been nice? A counter-disinformation team.
Go bold or go home II.
Truth-telling: the conclusion.
“Throw all the politics out the window, what we’re talking about is the defense of this nation.”
And idea receiving a cold reception
Not much to say for a “spokesperson”
Not the sort of “stability” we need
Nothing says “change” like Joe Biden.
“Engaged the Executive Branch on the economic benefits of foreign military sales.”
Come on, man.
“…immense pressure to complete the review quickly and not label anything as classified.”
“State has an agenda … to protect State interests and those of Clinton.”
“If not, she should go to cidi.org.”
That was certainly convenient, particularly if you happened to be pondering a presidential bid
Good work if you can get it
Culture of corruption.
Whether we like it or not.
“…the usher ran and got his gun and held the gunman at gunpoint.”
Decent football skills. Huge PR issues.